Aircraft Propulsion : a review of the evolution of aircraft piston engines Lecture Notes Collection FreeScience.info ID2789 Obtained from http://www.sil.si.edu/smithsoniancontributions/AnnalsofFlight/pdf_lo/SAOF-0001.4.pdf http://www.freescience.info/go.php?pagename=books&id=2789 Topics: Aerospace engineering, "
Interview with Mr. Randy Humphreys, who sits on the Board of Directors for U.S. Aerospace, Inc. (OTCBB: USAE). Topics: searchonly, aerospace industry, aerospace manufacturing, aerospace marketaerospace parts, aerospace...
Photographed on: 03/13/91. -- L91-16133: A supercomputer-generated model of the air flow around one possible National Aero-Space Plane design traveling at 6,500 mph. -- Photograph published in Winds of Change, 75th Anniversary NASA publication (pages 100 and 131), by James Schultz. Topic: NATIONAL AEROSPACE PLANE. -- MODELS. --
Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Topics: Aeronautics, Astronautics, Aerospace industries Source: http://books.google.com/books?id=BzgYmdwFby4C&oe=UTF-8
In recent years of the 21st Century the author of this book and other scientists as well, have instigated and described many new ideas, researches, theories, macro-projects, USA and other countries patented concepts, speculative macro-engineering ideas, projects and other general innovations in technology and environment change. These all hold the enticing promise for a true revolution in the lives of humans everywhere in the Solar System. Here, the author includes and reviews new methods for... Topics: Femtotechnology, Aerospace Energy
The current generation of spacecraft being developed and operated by the Applied Physics Laboratory provides users with access to a broad spectrum of scientific instruments on maneuverable platforms that can be oriented for observation of both moving and stationary targets of interest. The capability of these increasingly complex spacecraft to perform data collection operations is approaching one observation per orbit. To enable both rapid configuration and generation of complex spacecraft... Topics: AEROSPACE INDUSTRY, AEROSPACE SCIENCES, CONFERENCES, SURVEYS, TECHNOLOGIES, AEROSPACE ENGINEERING,...
By N. L. Barr and R. B. VoasModern technology has made it possible to transmit to remote locations nearly all physiological responses which involve external electrical, mechanical or thermal changes. With man entering increasingly hostile environments as he approaches space flight the interest in telemetering such data has intensified. Since 1947 the Bureau of Medicine and Surgery has been sponsoring a project on "the transmission of physiological responses from air to ground by electronic... Topics: aviation medicine, telemedicine, aerospace medicine
byKimmel, W. M.; Kuhn, N. S.; Berry, R. F.; Newman, J. A
An overview and status of current activities seeking alternatives to 200 grade 18Ni Steel CVM alloy for cryogenic wind tunnel models is presented. Specific improvements in material selection have been researched including availability, strength, fracture toughness and potential for use in transonic wind tunnel testing. Potential benefits from utilizing damage tolerant life-prediction methods, recently developed fatigue crack growth codes and upgraded NDE methods are also investigated. Two... Topics: CONFERENCES, NANOTECHNOLOGY, BIOTECHNOLOGY, AEROSPACE SYSTEMS
A method and apparatus for determining the orientation of the optical axis of radiometer instruments mounted on a satellite involves a star sensing technique. The technique makes use of a servo system to orient the scan mirror of the radiometer into the path of a sufficiently bright star such that motion of the satellite will cause the star's light to impinge on the scan mirror and then the visible light detectors of the radiometer. The light impinging on the detectors is converted to an... Topics: AEROSPACE VEHICLES, HEAT TRANSFER, PATENTS
Sha-Shib is a widely applauded as an ideal, modern institution in the field of aviation science, and has been set up to bring about a Quantum improvement in the standards of Aircraft Maintenance. The Sha-Shib is not only building up skill, attitude and work ethics among the students but also teaching the value of hard work for developing confidence in their ability to take care of themselves. Topic: Aerospace engineering colleges in pune
NASA Administrator Charlie Bolden and Deputy Administrator Lori Garver helped kick off Women's History Month at an event at George Washington University in Washington.The Women, Aerospace, and Innovation event showcased new videos from the Women@NASA website highlighting the role of women in science, technology, engineering and math at the agency.Inspiring and engaging young females in the STEM fields was detailed in data presented by the Girl Scouts Research Institute.You can check out more at... Topics: Where -- Washington, NASA, Women, Aerospace Source: http://youtu.be/PNdsJHEDW_M